Over the past few months, we’ve seen some pretty intense riots around the world.  Some have been important (Egypt), while others have been incredibly stupid (Vancouver).  The riots in London got me thinking about Calgary and what would it take for this normally calm city to start a riot?

And that’s the topic of my Metro column today.  We have the Red Mile, we’ve made some pretty controversial political decisions and actually this week we had a police officer kill a citizen.  And yet, nothing?

Surely there has to be something…

Click here to read my column about rioting.  Even if you’re not in the city, what do you think your home is capable of rioting?

Mike Morrison


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